Fully or abundantly filled or supplied.
The retired professor's autobiography was a fascinating book, replete with details and anecdotes about academic life in the 1930s.
Replete implies that something is filled to capacity. Most people enjoy autumn weekends in New England, replete with colorful foliage, the smell of wood smoke, and a little chill in the air. Supermarket tabloids are usually replete with more details of star's lives than anyone has any use for. After a big meal of lobster and all the trimmings, we feel replete and drowsy; better wait till later for any more volleyball.